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How To Host WooCommerce Store On Managed Kyup Containers Using Cloudways

Updated on  15th January

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The ecommerce industry is predicted to have a worth of $523 billion by 2020. Every other day, we hear an ecommerce based startup gearing up to rule this niche of shopping. With the ecommerce industry spreading like a wildfire, it will become more competitive for new players to enter and sustain their revenues.

As ecommerce market is expanding by every passing day, the battle of being the number one ecommerce based web application is heating up. Various applications are working towards this growing sector of online shopping, and by far, WooCommerce, a WordPress plugin designed for ecommerce stores, is leading the race to be the preferred application. This application has all that you want. From thousands of catchy themes, different plugins, extensions and add-ons, one can count on this application when starting out in the ecommerce industry or looking to make the store more responsive.

A trendy product, a good platform and a stable stack, this is the formula of every successful business plan, and by a stable stack, I meant the server infrastructure on which the application is hosted. Since WooCommerce is an ecommerce based application, it needs full support from its hosting side to give the optimum results. Ecommerce stores are sensitive, and they need to be monitored minute by minute to avoid any technical glitch. On the other hand, if one has a server infrastructure which is made for such sensitive parameters, all of these worries go away. Kyup is the server infrastructure which auto scales its resources if it feels like the server is overburdened than the usual and this automatic action prevents your web store from going down. This ensures that your cart abandonment rate is not compromised and your store keeps running, even during the holiday seasons.

Host WooCommerce Store On Managed Kyup Containers

Lets explore how to avoid store downtime by going through the process of how to host a WooCommerce store Kyup at the best Managed Cloud Hosting Platform, Cloudways.

Start Hosting on Kyup

Cloudways offer a free three-day trial on Kyup so you can experience the service even before spending your hard earned money. To launch your server, click on the START FREE button and sign up at Cloudways.

Signup with Cloudways

Pick Application

Choose the application of your choice from the drop down menu and after that, name your application, server, and your project folder. I chose WooCommerce for this article.

Choose the Server Infrastructure

Cloudways offers five top notch server infrastructure providers to you. Since WooCommerce is an ecommerce centric application, I chose Kyup.

Tweak Your Server

Tweak your server’s performance by selecting how much of CPU cores your server need, how much RAM would be good and how much of space your server needs to perform at its best. Don’t you worry, as you are launching Kyup, your server is going to auto-scale as and when needed.

CPU cores

Server’s Location

Locate your server by choosing one of the locations from the menu. A thing to be considered is, your server should be located near to your target audience as it eases out the data communication between the server and your web store resulting in smooth performance.

Server’s Location

Launch WooCommerce on Kyup Now

You are done with the server launching process. Just press the LAUNCH button to launch your server and wait for a few minutes as your server will optimize itself for the launch.

Welcome to A Unique Platform

Why is Cloudways seen as a unique Managed Cloud Hosting Platform? Explore the platform to get your answer. With Cloudways offering free trials, 24x7x365 live chat support, CloudwaysBot, Free SSL Certificates by Let’s Encrypt, Cloudways API, and so many other values added services. However for many users, the greatest feature is the easy answer to a great challenge: How to host WooCommerce on Kyup.

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Saud Razzak

Saud is the WordPress Community Manager at Cloudways - A Managed WooCommerce Hosting Platform. Saud is responsible for creating buzz, spread knowledge, and educate the people about WordPress in the Community around the globe. In his free time, he likes to play cricket and learn new things on the Internet. You can email him at

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